Mauro Manassi, Ph.D

2019- Psychology University of Aberdeen, UK, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
vision psychophysics spatial vision serial effects
"Mauro Manassi"

As an undergraduate, I studied Clinical Psychology at the University of Padua (Italy). In 2014, I obtained a Ph.D. in Neuroscience at the École Polytechnique Fédérale De Lausanne (Switzerland), under the supervision of Prof. Michael Herzog. From March 2015 to August 2019, I have been a postdoc in Whitney's Lab. As of August 2019, I am a Lecturer (~Assistant Professor) in Psychology at the University of Aberdeen (UK).

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Pilz KS, Äijälä JM, Manassi M. (2020) Selective age-related changes in orientation perception. Journal of Vision. 20: 13
Doerig A, Schmittwilken L, Sayim B, et al. (2020) Capsule networks as recurrent models of grouping and segmentation. Plos Computational Biology. 16: e1008017
Xia Y, Manassi M, Nakayama K, et al. (2020) Visual crowding in driving. Journal of Vision. 20: 1
Manassi M, Kristjánsson Á, Whitney D. (2019) Serial dependence in a simulated clinical visual search task. Scientific Reports. 9: 19937
Manassi M, Whitney D. (2019) Change blindness from serial dependence Journal of Vision. 19
Bajo TC, Manassi M, Whitney D. (2019) Individual Differences in Holistic Processing of Mooney Faces Journal of Vision. 19: 136-136
Liberman A, Manassi M, Whitney D. (2018) Serial dependence promotes the stability of perceived emotional expression depending on face similarity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Manassi M, Liberman A, Kosovicheva A, et al. (2018) Serial dependence in position occurs at the time of perception. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Manassi M, Whitney D. (2018) Multi-level Crowding and the Paradox of Object Recognition in Clutter. Current Biology : Cb. 28: R127-R133
Manassi M, Liberman A, Chaney W, et al. (2017) The perceived stability of scenes: serial dependence in ensemble representations. Scientific Reports. 7: 1971
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